I am wondering why with every new version of an update, Adobe generates tons of new bugs that makes our daily work even harder.
There are bugs - that are there for years and nobody cares as we should get used to a bad user experience? We do not need new features, we need working programs. Using Mac OS Monterey and the latest updates.
- InDesign from time to time just does not want to open files and does not quit.
- Photoshop does not accept clipboard size when creating a new file - it does if I press with mouse on another size and then back to clipboard size
- Photoshop does not update preview - this is on going for at least one year (it helps to turn off Overscroll, Enable Flicker Panning and Animated Zoom)
- InDesign place with ALT does not work as expected (it does not remember already placed size)
... I could write the whole day, but I have a feeling this is useless ... Adobe please get back to the PRO and not CONSUMER. I understand that new features keeps your sales happy, but the PROs are looking for alternatives - and the PROs are influencing CONSUMERs. So make the PROs happy 🙂
The two InDesign bugs that you reported to the Photoshop team should actually be posted to the product developers for InDesign in the Bugs section of User Voice. Post each bug separately so they can be tracked. https://indesign.uservoice.com/
"I am wondering why with every new version of an update, Adobe generates tons of new bugs that makes our daily work even harder."
Most of these bugs affect only some users. Other factors depend on the hardware including the graphics card, the OS which we have seen introduce bugs, corrupt fonts, other software taking over shortcuts, et cetera. I don't work for Adobe, so this opinion is my own, but this is what I've seen time and time again while assisting on these forums.